On Wednesday 29th January, the Doctoral Training Partnerships and Centres for Doctoral Training were launched at a conference at the University of Nottingham.
Text of The White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities (Doctoral Training Partnership)
1.Prof Julian Richards, WRoCAH Director
2. Studentships AHRC Income 19m, plus 4m University contributions: 270 AHRC PhD studentships: 54 per annum 39 White Rose PhD studentships in 13 research networks 30 AHRC RP Masters: 6 per annum 96 RPM fee waivers 3. Training Yr 1: The Effective Researcher Optional Yr 1-2: Researcher training mobility fund to support travel within WRoCAH and external training opportunities Yr 2: The Professional Profile Compulsory Yr 2-3: Researcher Employability project 1 month in UK or abroad Yr 3: The Engaged Academic Optional Yr 3: Knowledge Exchange project UK or abroad, singly or in groups Yr 4: WRoCAH Associate 2 months stipend 4. The Student Journey 5. Partnership arrangements Core partners Museums, Galleries, Libraries & Archives: British Library, National Railway Museum, Royal Armouries, Victoria & Albert Museum, The National Archives, National Media Museum Arts and Heritage Organisations: Arts Council, English Heritage Creative Industries: CidaCo, Continuum Design, Manufacturing & Retail: Microsoft, Marks & Spencer Publishing and Performing: Maney Publishing, Opera North Media: Carm Productions and Strategy, Reel Solutions Charities & Public Sector: Sheffield Health and Social Care Foundation Trust, The Young Foundation Addtional collaborators in student projects